Imagination Movers Get Local Crowd Moving
The Imagination Movers, a children’s rock band best-known for their Emmy Award-winning Disney Junior TV series, visited Newtown for a high-energy concert on July 20.
Families with young children got some relief from the sweltering 90-degree weather outside when they filled the main floor and balcony of the air-conditioned Edmond Town Hall Theatre for the performance.
However, that did not mean that attendees did not break a sweat.
From the start of the show, band members Scott Durbin, Rich Collins, Dave Poche, and Scott “Smitty” Smith had everyone moving.
“We’re so glad to be here today,” Mr Smith said to the crowd. “How are you all?”
Cheers of delight rang out from the audience and that exuberance was never lost throughout the show.
Imagination Movers played a number of their big hits, including “Stir It Up” and “Shakable You,” and constantly had the crowd at their beck-and-call doing stretches, jumps, and “Frankenstein arm” rolls.
The theater stayed partially lit to allow for children to safely dance in the aisles and at their seats, and many parents participated, seated, too.
The all-ages fun not only included singing and dancing, but also special moments of humor, including when the band members used a toilet paper launcher, the children eagerly pouncing at the paper flowing through the air.
For more information about Imagination Movers, visit imaginationmovers.com.